Dim light and faded-out colors create images of Asia we probably associate only with stories and legends. Even though he admits he uses Photoshop, we forgive him. These photos are absolutely amazing!
Earth didn’t have water when it formed, but it does now! How did it get wet?
You’ve no doubt already come across some interesting finds on Google Earth. The post below attempts to compile the most fascinating sites other have stumbled upon browsing Google Earth. From natural formations to human structures, the world is a different place when viewed from above.
October 14, 2012, Felix Baumgartner ascended more than 24 miles above Earth’s surface to the edge of space in a stratospheric balloon. Millions across the globe watched as he opened the door of the capsule, stepped off the platform, and broke the speed of sound while free falling safely back to Earth. Felix set three world records that day—and inspired us all to reach beyond the limits of our own realities, and reimagine our potential to achieve the incredible.
We realize the power of the elements every time when it is already too late.
This video shows how today’s continents are thought to have evolved over the last 600 million years, and where they’ll end up in the next 100 million years.